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Is It Wise to Take My Home Off the Market for the Holidays By: Scott Boulch
Let's say you've had your home on the market for many months without a sale. The holidays are drawing near. Should you call it quits and take your home off the market until next year? Or is it better to continue marketing your home through the holiday season?Generally the home ...
Taxes When You Sell Your Home By: Scott Boulch
What's the difference between death and taxes?Death doesn't change every time Congress meets. But taxes certainly did in 1997, and the Taxpayer Relief Act of that year made a dramatic difference in the tax liability of those who sell their own homes. As it stands today, almost no one will ...
Preparing for a Showing By: Scott Boulch
As soon as you decide to put your home on the market, all sorts of sprucing-up are in order. But let's assume you've already scrubbed to a fare-thee-well, touched up a bit of paint, cleared most of the stuff off your kitchen counters and straightened out your closets.What remains to ...
If You Move Yourself By: Scott Boulch
You'll want to take some items in your own car when you move, and that's true whether you're hiring a mover or doing the job on your own. You'll hand-carry jewelry, medications, house plants, pets and a suitcase for each family member. Keep handy a box containing hammer, screwdriver, cleaning ...
How Do I Fix Up a Home to Sell By: Scott Boulch
The first thing you need to do is stop thinking of your home as "home" and start thinking about it as a commodity that you want to sell. To be a successful seller you must detach yourself emotionally from your home and be brutally honest about how it should look ...
Business Ownership Cash in Your Pocket Today By: Scott Boulch
Yesterday we learned that 74% of all wealth is created by people who own their own business. Below are a few facts about owning your own business, specifically a home-based business that you may not be aware of.Fact: The fastest growing segment is home-based businesses.Fact: A new home-based business is ...
Pricing Your Property By: Scott Boulch
A house properly priced is half sold. But there are plenty of ways to price it improperly.You can't go by what you paid for the place. Perhaps you bought two years ago when local prices were skyrocketing, and things have cooled off since. Perhaps houses like yours can now be ...
What Should I Do If My Home Isnt Selling By: Scott Boulch
Suppose you've been trying to sell your home for months. You haven't had even a nibble from a prospective buyer. What should you do?Call your agent to request a strategy meeting. Tell him or her to bring you information about current sales activity in your neighborhood, as well as any ...
How To Get Top Dollar For Your Home Fast By: Scott Boulch
1. Time is money when selling your homeAfter you've made the decision to sell your home, the longer it remains unsold on the market, the more it costs you. Many home sellers feel it's very important to receive close to their full asking price. But they overlook the additional ...
Notify Them When Youre Moving By: Scott Boulch
One of your first steps, when you're getting ready to move, is to pick up a stack of change-of-address cards from the post office. Yes, old-fashioned go-by-snail post cards! You'll want to notify everyone in your address book and also.accountant.attorney.charge card companies.church or synagogue.dentist.doctor.insurance companies.magazines.organizations you belong to.schools.social security administration.voter ...
Let the Broker Show the House By: Scott Boulch
Of course you're curious, and you'd like to see what goes on when potential buyers come into your home.But real estate brokers are just about unanimous in asking that you be absent when they bring people in. Why?. Because although you know your home, the broker knows these buyers. They've ...
Do Open Houses Work By: Scott Boulch
What are the odds that you'll find your dream at a Sunday open house? What is the likelihood that your home will sell at an open house? Open houses are an integral part of the home sale business. But, do they work?There are two types of open houses. One is ...
Does Staging Work By: Scott Boulch
Staging can involve minimal effort on the part of a seller. Merely rearranging furniture can show a house off to advantage. For some sellers, however, staging a home for sale is a major production. It might include hiring a fix-up-for-sale decorator and renting a house full of furniture, complete with ...
Seller Financing By: Scott Boulch
Although any loan used for buying real estate is strictly called a purchase money mortgage, the term is often employed for seller financing, those transactions in which you "take back" a mortgage as part of the purchase price. These arrangements are suitable, of course, only when you do not need ...
Lesson 1 Why Arent You Wealthy By: Scott Boulch
We will start the Financial Fitness System with the assumption that you are out of shape financially or you would not have decided to subscribe to the course. So, again, why aren't you wealthy? There are some exceptions, but for the majority of the world it's the same reason. You ...
Lesson 2 The Commodity Of Kings By: Scott Boulch
What is "The Commodity of Kings""Power is simply "the ability to act." Since ancient times, power has been the commodity of kings. Power originally came to those who were strongest physically. Later, it came to those who had a special heritage through royalty. More recently, it came to those who ...
Why Should Sellers Be Absent During Showings By: Scott Boulch
If only there were a way to sell your home without letting all those people come through. Unfortunately, the reality is that homes must be shown in order to be sold. Also, few buyers commit to purchasing a home without first spending some time there. Some buyers need to spend ...
What Is a CMA By: Scott Boulch
"CMA" is an abbreviation real estate agents use for a Comparative Market Analysis. A CMA gives an estimated sale price for a property given current market conditions. It's prepared by a real estate agent and it usually comes in report form. Most residential real estate agents don't charge a fee ...
Should Sellers Order a Presale Home Inspection By: Scott Boulch
One of the main reasons home sale transactions fall apart is inspections. This happens when something unanticipated is discovered during the buyers' inspections of the property, and the buyers and sellers can't agree on a remedy.For example, the sale of a four-year-old, multi-million dollar property in Northern San Diego County ...
What Are the Pitfalls of Marketing a Property Before Its Ready By: Scott Boulch
Selling quickly is a high priority for some home sellers. A job transfer can prompt the need to relocate on short notice. When trade-up buyers find their dream home, they often need to sell their current home quickly in order to complete the purchase of the new one.Regardless of the ...
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